Marion Smits' mugs go viral on social media
March 3, 2023 -- VIENNA - Prof. Dr. Marion Smits didn't expect to go viral on Twitter when she posted a picture of the customized mugs she gifted her students to celebrate their first lead author publication. But unexpected things can happen on social media, ECR 2023 learned at Thursday's special session. Read More
Why AI's future hinges on larger clinical trials and more data
March 3, 2023 -- More data and larger clinical trials are needed for artificial intelligence (AI) to take the next steps toward everyday clinical workflow and showing meaningful patient outcomes, leading European researchers suggested in a session on 1 March at ECR 2023. Read More
How diverse is radiology? ECR tackles issues of inequality
March 2, 2023 -- VIENNA - With the continued cultural evolution of a globalized world, questions of equality and diversity are in active public discourse, and the field of radiology must respond, according to a session held at ECR 2023 on 1 March. Read More
How to have a long and fulfilling career in radiology
March 2, 2023 -- VIENNA - If you're a radiology trainee or a young radiologist, what steps can you take to have a long and fulfilling career? ESR President Prof. Adrian Brady offered some advice during the opening session at ECR 2023. Read More
Half of radiographers report work-related back pain
February 17, 2023 -- Half of working radiographers in Ireland reported experiencing low back pain, with an alarming nine percent being hospitalized and a third consulting a healthcare provider, according to the results of a survey. Read More
Italian team evaluates how imaging contributes to CO2 emissions
February 13, 2023 -- Unnecessary clinical variation in use of MRI and CT is causing significant carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions around the world, suggests new research from Milan. Read More
Radiation exposure among imaging staff lower than recommended limits
February 3, 2023 -- Occupational exposure to radiation among radiologists and radiographers is about 90% below annual dosage limits. That's the key finding of a report published by authors in the Middle East. Read More
How equitable and universal is access to breast screening?
January 16, 2023 -- Mammography screening is less likely to be used by women who are part of marginalized groups, who live in rural areas, and with low-income status and education level, research published on 9 January in the European Journal of Radiology has found. Read More
U.K. team boosts bone scan capacity to meet COVID-19 backlog
January 4, 2023 -- Radiologists in the U.K. who are facing a backlog of bone scan procedures for prostate cancer patients have developed a strategy for optimizing appointments that can significantly increase capacity. Read More
What's the most cost-effective way to diagnose liver metastases?
November 28, 2022 -- CHICAGO - MRI appears to be the most cost-effective modality for diagnosing colorectal cancer liver metastases, according to a German study presented in a 27 November session at RSNA 2022. Read More